Elke Sada

After twelve years travelling the world as a chemistry technician, Sada turned to ceramics to cultivate her artistic talent. She studied Ceramics & Glass at the Royal College of Art in London. Her striking work forms part of a number of prestigious collections including Leipzig’s Grassimuseum, Jorge Pérez Collection in Miami, and Geneva’s Musée Ariana.

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Eolophus (Hallstattpiece)
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Panurus Biarmicus
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Larus I
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Carduelis Chloris
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Vanellus Vanellus
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Emberiza cirlus
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Curucca
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Marulus
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Untitled (Turtur) from 'Hallstattpieces' series
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Luscinia Svecica
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Lorikeet
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Hami
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G0E2
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Linea
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Urn 'Karo'
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Untitled from 'Second Nature' series
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1/2019//230
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Stille
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Corinthian Bronze, Nordic Gold
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Eixample at Night
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